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GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM
DNX5240BT DNX5240 DDX5024 DDX5054 DDX54R
MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER
How to read this manual Before Use Notes 7 Basic Operations 10
Using the Navigation System 14 Navigatoin Information Interrupt on the Screen of Other Sources (DNX5240BT/DNX5240 only) 14 Control of Other Sources While Displaying the Navigation Screen 15
Connecting an iPod 31 Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel 31 Functions While Displaying the Control Screen 32
USB Device Control
Functions During the Playback Screen 16 Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel 17 Functions While Displaying the Control Screen 17 DVD Disc Menu 18 VCD Zoom Control 20
Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel 34 Functions While displaying the Control Screen 34 Folder Select 36
TV Watching Music Disc & Audio File Listening 21
Functions While Displaying the Control Screen 21
Video File/Picture File Watching
Function During Playback Screen 23 Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel 24 Functions While Displaying the Control Screen 24 Picture Control 25
Function During TV Screen 37 Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel 37 Functions While Displaying the Control Screen 38 TV Menu (with KTC-D500E (optional accessory) connected only) 39 Seek Mode 39 Auto Memory 39 Manual Memory 40 Set Station Name 40
Bluetooth Audio Control
Functions While Displaying the Control Screen 26 Seek Mode 27 Auto Memory 28 Manual Memory 28 Radio Text 29 Traffic Information 29 Search for Program Type 30
Before Use 41 Functions While Displaying the Control Screen 41
Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of Phone Call
Hands Free Unit Control 42
Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of Phone Call 42
How to Use the Character Entry Screen
Before Use 45 Downloading the Phonebook 45 Control Screen Function 45 When Received a Call 46 Calling by Entering a Phone Number 47 Quick Dialing 47 Controlling Tone-based Services 48 Calling by Phonebook 48 Making a Call Using Outgoing/Incoming Call Records 50 Calling by Voice Recognition 50 Setting Up the Hands-Free Phone 51 Voice Registration 52 Key Word Voice Registration 53 Phone Number Preset 54 SMS (Short Message Service) 55
Setup Menu Audio Setup Crossover Network Setup DVD Setup Language Setup Parental Level Setup DivX Setup System Setup Panel Color Coordinate AV Interface Setup User Interface Direct Source Button Setup Entering Background Background Delete Background Select Touch Panel Adjustment Clock Setup Monitor Setup Security Code Setup Deactivating Security Code iPod Setup TV Setup RDS Setup Bluetooth Setup Registering Bluetooth Unit Registering Bluetooth Unit PIN Code Registering Special Bluetooth Unit Bluetooth Unit Connection Deleting Bluetooth Unit Software Information Setup Memory
Audio Control Menu Audio Control Equalizer Control Tone Setup Zone Control
Battery installation Remote Controller mode switch Common operations (AUD mode) DVD/VCD/CD/Audio files (DVD mode) TV (TV mode) Radio (AUD mode)
DVD Language Codes Help? Error Help? Troubleshooting Specifications
How to read this manual
Applying spray cleaner directly to the unit may affect its mechanical parts. Wiping the faceplate with a hard cloth or using a volatile liquid such as thinner or alcohol may scratch the surface or erases characters.
If you experience problems during installation, consult your Kenwood dealer. When you purchase optional accessories, check with your Kenwood dealer to make sure that they work with your model and in your area. The characters conforming to ISO 8859-1 character set can be displayed. The RDS or RBDS feature wont work where the service is not supported by any broadcasting station.
When you turn on the car heater in cold weather, dew or condensation may form on the lens in the disc player of the unit. Called lens fogging, this condensation on the lens may not allow discs to play. In such a situation, remove the disc and wait for the condensation to evaporate. If the unit still does not operate normally after a while, consult your Kenwood dealer.
Navigation units that can be connected to this unit (DDX5024/DDX5054/DDX54R only)
* KNA-G520* KNA-G420* KNA-G421V* KNA-G421* KNA-DV3200 KNA-DV2200 Update the navigation software to the latest version. For how to update the software, refer to the instruction manual of the navigation unit.
TV tuner that can be connected to this unit
KTC-D500E KTC-V301E KTC-V300E
List of playable discs
Disc types DVD Standard DVD Video DVD Audio DVD-R DVD-RW Support % % % MP3/WMA/AAC/JPEG/ MPEG/DivX Playback Multi-border/Multisession/ (Playback depends on authoring conditions) Compatible with 8-cm (3 inch) discs Only video format CD-TEXT/8-cm (3 inch) discs supported. MP3/WMA/AAC/JPEG/ DivX playback Multisession supported Packet write not supported. Remark
iPod/iPhone models that can be connected to this unit
Made for iPod nano (1st generation) iPod nano (2nd generation) iPod nano (3rd generation) iPod nano (4th generation) iPod with video iPod classic iPod touch (1st generation) iPod touch (2nd generation) Works with iPhone iPhone 3G Update iPod/iPhone software to the latest version. You can control an iPod/iPhone from this unit by connecting an iPod/iPhone (commercial product) with Dock connector using an optional accessory iPod connection cable (KCA-iP301V). The word "iPod" appearing in this manual indicates the iPod/ iPhone connected with the KCA-iP301V (optional accessory). By connecting your iPod/iPhone to this unit with an optional accessory iPod connection cable (KCAiP301V), you can supply power to your iPod/iPhone as well as charge it while playing music. However, the power of this unit must be on.
See <List of playable discs> (page 7) for a list of supported discs and formats.
Removing a disc
Press  (Eject) button.
D Switches to the Hands Free control
Press it for more than 1 second to the Hands Free control screen. Press it again for more than 1 second to resume the normal display.
B Turns the display OFF
Press it for more than 1 second to turn the display off. Press [NAV], [SRC] or [FNC] button, or touch the screen to resume the normal display.
Functions of the [NAV] button can be changed to rear view function. See <System Setup> (page 60) for the function setting of the [NAV] button.
Playing an external player
Connect an external player such as a digital audio player to AV IN jack. Use of the optional cable CA-C3AV is recommended for connecting an external player.
D Switching the function screen
The function control screen switches in the following order each time you press the button.
Navigation screen [FNC] button Easy Control buttons appear. Picture or Video playback screen [FNC] button Easy Control buttons appear. Source Control screen [FNC] button Navigation information appears.* *DNX5240BT/DNX5240 only
Picture or Video playback screen
DVD VIDEO Mode:Full AVOUT:AVIN
Easy Control button
For the functions of Easy Control buttons, see <Control of Other Sources While Displaying the Navigation Screen> (page 15).
Source Control screen
For the functions of Navigation information, see <Navigation Information Interrupt on the Screen of Other Sources> (page 14).
Navigation information (DNX5240BT/DNX5240 only)
E Scrolls the list and makes a selection
When the list screen of a source control screen is displayed, press it for more than 1 second to enter list control mode. Turn it either way to scroll the list. Press it to make a selection. Press it again for more than 1 second to return to the volume control mode. Example: List screen of DVD MEDIA source
e Selects a channel. Use the <Seek Mode> (page 39) to change the channel tuning sequence. r Switches to TV1 or TV2.*1 t Switches the Seek mode.*1 y When touched this area, the source control screen appears. When "Bluetooth" is selected:
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Selects a file. Plays. Pauses. When touched this area, the source control screen appears.
The Easy Control buttons are hidden when you touch the central part of the screen. *1Not available for the optional digital TV tuner KTCD500E.
You can play DVD/VCD using various functions.
For the basic method of how to watch DVD/VCD, see <Basic Operations> (page 10). Set the remote controller mode switch to "DVD" mode before starting operation, see <Remote Controller mode switch> (page 82).
Functions During the Playback Screen
Basic functions are available even when the playback screen is displayed. 1 Display the playback screen
4 Forward Chapter Search Area Selects the next chapter. 5 Backward Chapter Search Area Selects the previous chapter. 6 DVD Disc Menu Control Buttons Area Displays the Disc Menu Control buttons (page 18). 7 Information Display Button Area VCD playback screen
DVD VCD Mode:Full AVOUT:AVIN
[DVD] button on the "Source Select" screen
DVD playback screen
8 Scene/Track Number Display 9 Play time Display p Forward Scene/Track Search Area Selects the next scene (when PBC is On) or track (when PBC is Off ). q Backward Scene/Track Search Area Selects the previous scene (when PBC is On) or track (when PBC is Off ). w Zoom Control Button Area Displays the Zoom Control buttons (page 20). e Information Display Button Area
The information display is cleared automatically after approximately 5 seconds. Also, the information can be displayed automatically when it is updated.
DVD VIDEO Title
1 T 0:00:05
1 Title Number Display 2 Chapter Number Display 3 Play Time Display
Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel
Displays the basic operation buttons on the screen. 1 While the source is playing, press the [FNC] button
Functions While Displaying the Control Screen
Switches to the source control screen to use various playback functions. 1 While the source is playing, press the [FNC] button
SCRN SCRN TI TI
1 Chapter Search (during DVD play) Searches for a chapter. Scene/Track Search (during VCD play) Selects a scene (when PBC is On) or a track (when PBC is Off ). 2 Stops playing. When pressed twice, the disc is played from its beginning when you play it in the next time. 3 Plays or pauses.
When playing a DVD
When the navigation screen is displayed, press the [NAV] button to switch to the source playback screen. The Easy Control Panel is hidden when you touch a central part of the monitor.
The display above can also be the folder list display. See <Folder Select> (page 36). a Switches to the lower level of the category. If the file is displayed, the music is played by touching it. s Scrolls the list. d Lists all the music in the selected category. f Moves to the upper level of the category. g Moves to the top category. h Displays the currently playing category. (Only in Category Mode)
Searches folders and Audio files stored in the USB device according to hierarchy. 1 Start Folder Select
2 Select music
1 Lists folders and Audio files Folder opens when touched, and the Audio file is played. 2 Scrolls the list. 3 Moves to the top hierarchy level. 4 Moves up a hierarchy level. 5 Moves to the top page of the list. 6 Displays the currently playing file.
Various control screens appear in the TV source mode. You can only operate TV with the optional accessory TV Tuner connected.
Function During TV Screen
Basic functions are available even when the TV screen is displayed. 1 Display the TV screen
[TV] button on the "Source Select" screen
TV Mode:Full AVOUT:AVIN
G ro u p 1
1 Selects a channel. Use the <Seek Mode> (page 39) to change the channel tuning sequence. 2 Switches to TV1 or TV2.*Switches the Seek mode.*1
1 TV Band Number Display 2 TV Area Group Display. See <TV Setup> (page 72). 3 Memory Number Display 4 Channel Number Display 5 Channel Up Area Increases the channel. 6 Channel Down Area Decreases the channel. 7 Band Switch Area Switches to TV1 or TV2. 8 Information Display Button Area
When the navigation screen is displayed, press the [NAV] button to switch to the source playback screen. The Easy Control Panel is hidden when you touch a central part of the monitor. *1 Not available for the optional digital TV Tuner KTCD500E.
Switches to source control screen to use various functions. 1 While the source is playing, press the [FNC] button
7 Select a channel. Use the <Seek Mode> (page 39) to change the channel tuning sequence. 8 Switches to TV1 or TV2. 9 Switches the button display. p Selects the Auto Memory mode. See <Auto Memory> (page 39). q Switches the Seek mode. See <Seek Mode> (page 39). w Indicates current Seek mode. to buttons, you can e When recall channels on memory. For memory of broadcasting stations, see <Auto Memory> (page 39) or <Manual Memory> (page 40). r Sets a name to the tuned station. (page 40) t Lists and selects memorized station.*1
y Memorized stations are displayed. Touch to tune in.*1
*1 Not available for the optional digital TV Tuner KTC-D500E.
1 Switches to the TV screen. 2 Band display 3 TV Area Group Display See <TV Setup> (page 72). 4 Memory Number Display 5 Channel display 6 Channel information display 38 DNX5240BT/DNX5240/DDX5024/DDX5054/DDX54R
How To Use the Character Entry Screen
Character Entry screen
1 Shifts the cursor. 2 Enters characters. 3 Scrolls up or down the character button display. 4 Sets the key layout of the character buttons. abc : Alphabetical key layout. qwe : Qwerty key layout. 5 Enters a space. If you erase a character, locate the cursor on it and touch this button. 6 Clears the character. 7 Exits the Character Entry mode and returns to the previous screen.
You can enter characters only after you have applied the parking brake.
Setting the monitor screen.
1 Display Easy Control panel
or Off according to the Navigation Day/Night display setting. 7 Returns to the previous screen.
The Screen Control screen is displayed only when you have applied the parking brake. The picture quality can be set for each source. You can set image quality of screens such as menu from <Monitor Setup> (page 68) of the <Setup Menu>.
2 Display the Screen Control screen
3 Adjust the picture quality
ON SYNC NAV-SYNC
1 Brightness Control 2 Tint Control Displayed for an NTSC system image on TV, Video, iPod or Rear View Camera. 3 Color Control Displayed on the TV, Video, iPod or Rear View Camera screen only. 4 Contrast Control 5 Black Level Adjustment 6 Dimmer Mode Setup "ON": The display dims. "OFF": The display doesnt dim. "SYNC": Turning the Dimmer function On or Off when the vehicle light control switch is turned On or Off. "NAV-SYNC" (DNX5240BT/DNX5240 only): Turning the Dimmer function On 44 DNX5240BT/DNX5240/DDX5024/DDX5054/DDX54R
Hands Free Unit Control
Various functions can be used in the Hands Free control mode. For DNX5240/DDX5024/DDX5054/DDX54R, Bluetooth unit KCA-BT200 (optional accessory) is necessary.
To use the Phonebook, it must be downloaded to this unit in advance. For details, see <Downloading the Phonebook> (page 45).
You need to register your cell-phone before using it with this unit. For more details, see <Registering Bluetooth Unit> (page 73). If you have registered two or more cell-phones, you need to select one of them. For more details, see <Bluetooth Unit Connection> (page 75).
While your car is moving, some functions are disabled for safetys sake. The buttons associated with the disabled functions become ineffective if pressed. When the Hands-Free Control screen appears, the name of the connected cell-phone is displayed for 5 seconds. * Since the number of steps of the control unit is different from that of the cell-phone, the statuses displayed on the control unit may discord from those displayed on the cell-phone. No status is displayed if information about it cannot be obtained. Setting the cell-phone in the private mode can disable the hands-free function.
When Received a Call
When you receive a call, you can use the handsfree phone. 1 Respond to a call
When a call arrives, the Talking screen appears automatically. 1 Starts conversation with a person called. Switches the call destination if you hear a tone of call-waiting. Resumes conversation with the person on hold after completed conversation with the other party. 2 Disconnects the phone. 3 Switches the voice output between phone and speaker. 4 Outputs dial tone. See <Controlling Tone-based Services> (page 48).
Calling by Entering a Phone Number
Makes a call by entering a phone number. 1 Display the number input screen
You can register up to 6 phone numbers for quick dialing.
Phone numbers must be registered in advance. See <Phone Number Preset> (page 54).
1 Recall the phone number
2 Enter a phone number
2 Make a call
1 Calls the entered phone number. 2 Creates an SMS for the entered phone number. See <SMS (Short Message Service)> (page 55). 3 Clears the number. 4 Returns to the previous screen. 3 Make a call
You can start talking when the destination responds. 4 End the call
The Hand Free screen reappears.
You can input max 32 digits.
Controlling Tone-based Services
Uses tone base service using DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency). 1 Display the DTMF input screen Display the Talking screen. See <Calling by Entering a Phone Number> (page 47).
Calling by Phonebook
In order to perform voice recognition, voice must be registered in the Phonebook data. See <Voice Registration> (page 52). Or, to perform voice recognition by Phone number category (Home, Office, Mobile etc.) of Phonebook data, a key word voice must be registered. See <Key Word Voice Registration> (page 53).
1 Display the Voice Recognition screen
: Outgoing Calls : Incoming Calls The Outgoing Calls or Incoming Calls list screen appears. 2 Select from calls list Example : Outgoing Calls screen
2 Utter the voice registered in the PhoneBook
Outgoing Calls list. Scrolls the list. Makes a call to the selected number. Creates an SMS for the selected phone number. See <SMS (Short Message Service)> (page 55). 5 Displays the detail of the selected phone number. 6 Returns to the Hands-Free Control screen. 3 Make a call
Utter within 2 seconds after the Beep. 1 Cancels voice recognition.
If the voice recognition is succeeded and there is only one phone number found:
The Outgoing Calls list screen or Incoming Calls list screen shows the list of the calls originated from or received at this unit. They are not the ones stored in the cell-phone memory.
Make a call. 2 Displays the phonebook list.
If you hear another Beep sound: Speak the key word within 2 seconds after the Beep, or touch the [Phonebook List] button to select the phone number. Make a call.
Setting Up the Hands-Free Phone
The Hands-Free system can be set as follows. 1 Display the Hands Free Setup screen
If there are more than one phone numbers registered under the same name, and the key word voice is registered for each phone number, you will hear another beep. For how to register key word, see <Key Word Voice Registration> (page 53).
If there are more than one phone numbers registered under the same name, go to step 3. 3 Select a Phone number category
2 Setup each item
3 Calls the displayed phone number. 4 Creates an SMS to the displayed address. See <SMS (Short Message Service)> (page 55). 5 Selects the Phone number category. 6 Scrolls the phone number. 7 Displays the Phonebook data list. 8 Returns to the Hands-Free Control screen. 4 Make a call
A message is displayed if the voice is not recognized. Read the message for the further operation.
1 Moves to the "Hands Free Setup 2" screen. 2 Sets an automatic response time after call termination. ( "8") "Off": This function can not use. "0-99": Sets to calling ring time (second). 3 Sets a ringing tone output position. ( "Front All") "Front L": Outputs the tone from the front left-hand side speaker. "Front R": Outputs the tone from the front right-hand side speaker. "Front All": Outputs the tone from the both front speakers. 4 Sets the beep of the incoming call. ( "ON") "ON": Beep is heard. "OFF": Beep is canceled.
Hands Free Unit Control 5 Sets the beep of the incoming SMS. ( "ON") "ON": Beep is heard. "OFF": Beep is canceled. 6 Returns to the Hands-Free Control screen. 7 Returns to the "Hands Free Setup 1" screen. 8 Sets whether to use cell-phone phonebook, outgoing calls list and incoming calls list. ( "ON") "ON": Yes. "OFF": No. 9 Sets the SMS function. ( "ON") "ON": Use SMS function. "OFF": SMS not available. p Registers the voice to select phone number category with voice recognition. See <Key Word Voice Registration> (page 53). q Registers the phone number to Hands Free Control screen preset button. See <Phone Number Preset> (page 54). w Returns to the Hands-Free Control screen.
Registers voice for voice recognition in Phonebook. Up to 35 voices can be recorded in one cell-phone. 1 Select the name to register Go through the procedure of <Calling by Phonebook> (page 48).
1 Selects a name. "REC" turns on for data with voice for voice recognition already registered. 2 Display the voice registration screen
Either the time interval for automatic answer set on this unit or the time interval set on the cell-phone, whichever is shorter, takes effect. Select the speaker which is further from the microphone in order to prevent howling or echoes.
3 Utter the voice to register (1st try)
2 Registers the voice. 3 Cancels voice registration. Utter within 2 seconds after the Beep. 4 Utter the voice to register (2nd try)
5 End voice registration
3 Plays voice registered for the selected Phone number category. 4 Deletes voice registered for the selected Phone number category. Touch to display the confirmation screen. Touch [YES] to delete or [NO] to cancel. 5 Returns to the Hands-Free Set Up screen. 3 Display voice registration screen
A message is displayed if the voice is not recognized. Read the message for the further operation. Repeat from 1st try if the voice is different from the 1st try.
4 Utter the voice to register (1st try)
Key Word Voice Registration
Registers the voice to select the Phone number category by Voice Recognition. 1 Display the Key Word List screen Display the "Hands Free" screen and touch [Setup]. See <Control Screen Function> (page 45).
Selects a language you use for the speech and menus. 1 Select the language item to set
6 Returns to the "DVD Setup 1" screen. 7 Sets an angle mark display.*1 ( "On") 8 Selects the screen display mode.*1 ( "16:9") "16:9": Displays wide pictures. "4:3 LB": Displays wide pictures in the Letter Box format (having black stripes at the top and bottom of screen). "4:3 PS": Displays wide pictures in the Pan & Scan format (showing pictures cut at the right and left ends). 9 Displays the Parental Lock screen.*1 ( "Off") (See <Parental Level Setup>, page 59) p Keep "Auto" to use.*1
See <DVD Setup> (page 57) and select [Menu Language], [Sub Title Language] or [Audio Language].
2 Display the Language Setup screen
*1 Disabled when a DVD is being played.
1 Enters a language code. 2 Cancels the language setup and returns to the "DVD Setup 1" screen. 3 Sets the original audio language. (It appears during Audio Language setup.) 4 Sets the language and returns to the "DVD Setup 1" screen. (It appears after you have entered a language code.) 5 Clears the language code. 3 Enter a language code See <DVD Language Codes> (page 88) and select the desired language. 4 Set the language you use
Parental Level Setup
Sets a parental level. 1 Display the Parental Level code number screen See <DVD Setup> (page 57) and touch [Parental Level].
4 Select a parental level and complete the setup
2 Enter the code number
6 Selects a parental level. 7 Complete the parental level setup and returns to the "DVD Setup 2" screen.
If a disc has higher parental lock level, you need to enter the code number. The parental lock level varies depending on a loaded disc. If a disc has no parental lock, anybody can play it back even when you have set the parental lock.
1 Enters a code number. 2 Cancels the current setup and returns to the "DVD Setup 2" screen. 3 Indicates the present parental lock level. 4 Determines the code number and displays the Parental Level setup screen. 5 Clears the code number.
The number you enter first is set as your code number. You can clear the code number by pressing the Reset button.
3 Display the Parental Level Setup screen
See <System Setup> (page 60). 2 Select a color
p Returns to the "System Setup 2" screen. q Moves to the "System Setup 4" screen. w Sets the Preout output. (Settable only when in Standby mode) "Rear" : Rear sound is output. "Subwoofer" : Subwoofer sound is output. e Sets the function of the [NAV] button. "V. OFF" : Press the [NAV] button for more than 1 second to turn the display off. "R-CAM" : Press the [NAV] button for more than 1 second to switch to rear view.
1 Sets to the touched color. 2 Sets and registers favorite color. 3 Returns to the "System Setup 2" screen. To register your original color 1 Start the RGB coordinate
2 Adjust the each color value
r Returns to the "System Setup 3" screen.
1 Selects a preset number to register.
Setup Menu Adjusts the Red value. Adjusts the Green value. Adjusts the Blue value. Returns to the "Panel Color Coordinate" screen.
AV Interface Setup
You can set audio and visual (AV) interface parameters. 1 Display the AV Interface screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). 2 Setup each item
3 Select a Preset number to register
Adjusted color is registered to the selected Preset button. 4 Complete the color coordination 1 Moves to the "AV Interface 2" screen. 2 Sets a name to be displayed when you select a system that is connected via the AV INPUT port. ( "VIDEO") 3 Sets an image display of the system that is connected via the AV INPUT port. ( "OFF") "OFF": When the image source is switched, an image entered via the AV INPUT port is displayed. "ON": When an image signal is entered via the AV INPUT port, this image is displayed. 4 Selects a navigation system connection. ( "RGB") (DDX5024/DDX5054/DDX54R only) "RGB": Allows the Kenwood's Navigation System to connect via the AV INPUT port. "AV-IN": Allows a third-party navigation system to connect via the AV INPUT port. "Off": Must be used if no navigation system is connected. (The navigation display is cancelled when the AV source is switched.)
5 Returns to the "AV Interface 1" screen. 6 Moves to the "AV Interface 3" screen. 7 Selects an AV source to be output at the AV OUTPUT port. ( "AV-IN")
When in DVD source, "AV-OUT" cannot be set to USB. Or, when in USB source, "AV-OUT" cannot be set to DVD. If "AV-OUT" is set to DVD or USB, the same source video or control screen as the front monitor is displayed in the rear monitor. If the front source is switched from DVD (or USB) to another source, the rear source is also switched to the same source as front. In this case, displaying the navigation screen in front monitor allows the rear source to return to the DVD (or USB). Use the easy control buttons to operate the front source.
If you have already completed the code registration, is displayed.
3 Enter a security Code
You must enter the same security code as that you have entered in Step 3. 2 Enter the security code
Now, you can use your Receiver. Input four-digit number.
Deactivating Security Code
To deactivate the Security Code function. 1 Display Security Code Setup screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). in the "Setup
Performs setup when using iPod. 1 Display the iPod Setup screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). 2 Setup each item
2 Start to cancel a registration of the Security Code
1 Sets the Audio book playback speed. 2 Sets Wide Screen on or off.
"Wide Screen" cannot be set while the iPod is connected.
Input by four-digit number. 4 Register your security code
Now, your security code is cleared.
The TV signal receiving areas can be set. (with the optional accessory TV Tuner connected only) 1 Displaying TV Setup screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). 2 Setting up TV
You can set RDS related parameters. 1 Display the RDS Setup screen in the "Setup Touch Menu" screen (page 56). 2 Setup each item
1 Moves to "TV2 Area Set 2" screen. 2 Sets the present TV1 receiving area.
1 Moves to "RDS Setup 2" screen. 2 Sets a news bulletin interrupt time. 3 Turns the Alternative Frequency function On or Off. ( "ON") 4 Turns the Region Restriction function On or Off. ( "ON") 5 Turns the Auto TP Seek function On or Off. ( "ON")
3 Returns to the "TV1 Area Set 1" screen. 4 Sets the present TV2 receiving area.
6 Returns to the "RDS Setup 1" screen. 7 Selects a display language for the PTY function.
Registers and selects Bluetooth unit. 1 Display the Bluetooth Setup screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). 2 Setup each item
Registering Bluetooth Unit
Registers the Bluetooth unit to be connected. 1 Display the Connect Device List screen
2 Search for a Bluetooth unit
1 Sets cell-phone for Hands Free and Audio player for Bluetooth Audio. 2 Sets the PIN code of this unit (DNX5240BT only) or KCA-BT200 to enter when registering (pairing) from the cell-phone or audio player side.
Stop Memorizes the last point where the disc stopped. When pressed again, the last point is deleted.
4 GHI 5JKL 6MNO
Pressing this button switches the features that can be searched directly. DVD Title number Chapter number Play time Item number* Cancel
* You may not be able to use this function with some discs or scenes.
Specify the number to search in direct search. 2 Press 1 to fast forward/backward. Switches the fast forward/backward speed each time you press this key. Press 4 to slow forward/backward. 5 Switches the slow playback speed each time you press this key.
ABC GHI JKL
DVD Top Menu Returns to the DVD top menu.
DVD Menu Displays the DVD menu. Turns the playback control on or off while playing VCD.
TV (TV mode)
Switching Band/Video It switches between the station of the TV band to receive and video input.
SUBTITLE Switches the subtitle language.
Channel Selection The TV channel to receive is selected.
ZOOM Switches the zoom ratio each time you press this key.
Direct tuning (NTSC TV type only)
Picture Angle Switches the picture angle each time you press this key.
Press this key first, and then specify the station to receive with the numeric keypad. Example: In case of Channel 6 (2-digit)
AUDIO Switch Voice Language. Switches the voice language each time you press this key.
The number of the memorized station is selected. ( ) Press the direct tuning key first, then specify the channel of the station to receive.
Radio (AUD mode)
Band switching Switches to bands received by the unit.
Station selection Switches to broadcast stations received by the unit.
Direct tuning After pressing this key, use the keypad to specify the broadcast station you wish to receive.
Example: 92.1MHz (FM)
0 9WXYZ 2ABC 1
Example: 810kHz (AM)
0 8TUV 1 0
To use preset tuning, press the number of a programmed broadcast station. ( ) Press the direct tuning key first, then specify the frequency of the station to receive.
DVD Language Codes
Code Language Code Language Code Language
aa ab af am ar as ay az ba be bg bh bi bn bo br ca co cs cy da de dz el en eo es et eu fa fi fj fo fr fy ga gd gli gn gu ha he hi hr hu hy ia ie ik id 88
Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Amharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish German Bhutani Greek English Esperanto Spanish Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese French Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hebrew Hindi Croatian Hungarian Armenian Interlingua Interlingue Inupiak Indonesian
GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM
DNX5240BT DNX5240 DDX5024 DDX5054 DDX54R
MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER
1..1 2..2 3..1
1. To prevent short circuits, remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the - terminal of the battery. 2. Make the proper input and output wire connections for each unit. 3. Connect the wire on the wiring harness. 4. Take Connector B on the wiring harness and connect it to the speaker connector in your vehicle. 5. Take Connector A on the wiring harness and connect it to the external power connector on your vehicle. 6. Connect the wiring harness connector to the unit. 7. Install the unit in your car. 8. Reconnect the - terminal of the battery. 9. Press the reset button.
If the power is not turned ON (PROTECT is displayed), the speaker wire may have a short-circuit or touched the chassis of the vehicle and the protection function may have been activated. Therefore, the speaker wire should be checked. Make sure that all wire connections are securely made by inserting jacks until they lock completely. If your vehicles ignition does not have an ACC position, or if the ignition wire is connected to a power source with constant voltage such as a battery wire, the power will not be linked with the ignition (i.e., it will not turn on and off along with the ignition). If you want to link the units power with the ignition, connect the ignition wire to a power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key. Use a commercially available conversion connector if the connector does not fit in the vehicle connector. Insulate unconnected wires with vinyl tape or other similar material. To prevent a short circuit, do not remove the caps on the ends of the unconnected wires or the terminals. If the console has a lid, make sure to install the unit so that the faceplate will not hit the lid when closing and opening. If the fuse blows, first make sure the wires arent touching to cause a short circuit, then replace the old fuse with one with the same rating. Connect the speaker wires correctly to the terminals to which they correspond. The unit may be damaged or fail to work if you share the - wires or ground them to any metal part in the car. After the unit is installed, check whether the brake lamps, blinkers, wipers, etc. on the car are working properly. Mount the unit so that the mounting angle is 30 or less. This unit has the cooling fan (page 5) to decrease the internal temperature. Do not mount the unit in a place where the cooling fan of the unit are blocked. Blocking these openings will inhibit the cooling of the internal temperature and result in malfunction. Do not press hard on the panel surface when installing the unit to the vehicle. Otherwise scars, damage, or failure may result. Reception may drop if there are metal objects near the Bluetooth antenna. (DNX5240BT only)
If you connect the ignition wire (red) and the battery wire (yellow) to the car chassis (ground), you may cause a short circuit, that in turn may start a fire. Always connect those wires to the power source running through the fuse box.
Acquiring GPS Signals
The first time you turn on the DNX5240BT/DNX5240, you must wait while the system acquires satellite signals for the first time. This process could take up to several minutes. Make sure your vehicle is outdoors in an open area away from tall buildings and trees for fastest acquisition. After the system acquires satellites for the first time, it will acquire satellites quickly each time thereafter.
Install this unit in the console of your vehicle. Do not touch the metal part of this unit during and shortly after the use of the unit. Metal part such as the heat sink and enclosure become hot.
Mounting and wiring this product requires skills and experience. For safetys sake, leave the mounting and wiring work to professionals. Make sure to ground the unit to a negative 12V DC power supply. Do not install the unit in a spot exposed to direct sunlight or excessive heat or humidity. Also avoid places with too much dust or the possibility of water splashing. Do not use your own screws. Use only the screws provided. If you use the wrong screws, you could damage the unit.
Bluetooth antenna unit
Ground wire (Black) Battery wire (Yellow) Ignition wire (Red)
Connector B Antenna Cord
(Orange/White) Connect to the vehicle's parking brake detection switch harness. Parking sensor wire (Light Green)
Dimmer control wire (Orange/White)
For the sake of safety, be sure to connect the parking sensor. Reveres sensor wire (Purple/White) Steering remote control input (Light Blue/Yellow)
Connect to vehicle's reverse lamp harness when using the optional rear view camera. To steering remote
To use the steering wheel remote control feature, you need to an exclusive remote adapter (not supplied) matches your car is required. When this terminal is not in use, leave its cap on. Connect to the terminal that is grounded when either the telephone rings or during conversation. Connect either to the power control terminal when using the optional power amplifier, or to the antenna control terminal in the vehicle. Mute wire (Brown) Power control/ Motor antenna control wire (Blue/White)
If no connections are made, do not let the cable come out from the tab.
Cooling fan Bluetooth Microphone (Accessory 6) (DNX5240BT only) (see page 11) GPS Antenna input
GPS Antenna (Accessory 4) (DNX5240BT/DNX5240 only) (see page 11)
FM/AM antenna input (JASO) FUSE ( 15A )
Wiring harness (Accessory 1)
Connecting Wires to Terminals
Connector Function Guide
Pin Numbers for ISO Connectors External Power Connector A-4 A-5 A-6 A-7 A-8 Speaker Connector B-1 B-2 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6 B-7 B-8 Cable Colour Functions
2WARNING Connecting the ISO Connector
The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors depends on the type of vehicle you drive. Make sure to make the proper connections to prevent damage to the unit. The default connection for the wiring harness is described in 1 below. If the ISO connector pins are set as described in 2 or 3, make the connection as illustrated. Please be sure to reconnect the cable as shown 2 below to install this unit to the Volkswagen vehicles etc.
Yellow Blue/White Orange/White Red Black
Battery Power Control Dimmer Ignition (ACC) Earth (Ground) Connection
Purple Purple/Black Gray Gray/Black White White/Black Green Green/Black
Rear Right (+) Rear Right () Front Right (+) Front Right () Front Left (+) Front Left () Rear Left (+) Rear Left ()
1 (Default setting) The A-7 pin of the vehicles ISO connector is linked with the ignition, and the A-4 pin is connected to the constant power supply.
Ignition cable (Red) Unit Battery cable (Yellow) A-4 Pin A-7 Pin Vehicle
2 The A-7 pin of the vehicles ISO connector is connected to the constant power supply, and the A-4 pin is linked to the ignition.
3 The A-4 pin of the vehicles ISO connector is not connected to anything, while the A-7 pin is connected to the constant power supply (or both the A-7 and A-4 pins are connected to the constant power supply).
When the connection is made as in 3 above, the units power will not be linked to the ignition key. For that reason, always make sure to turn off the units power when the ignition is turned off. To link the units power to the ignition, connect the ignition cable (ACC.red) to a power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key.
USB terminal USB device (commercially available)
Do not connect.
Audio Input Resistance-free stereo type mini plug Visual Input Resistance-free mini plug
Rear View Camera Input Visual input (Yellow) Audio/Visual Output Visual output (Yellow)
Front Preout Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red) Rear Preout/ Subwoofer Preout Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red) Audio/Visual Output Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red)
Optional Accessory Connection
iPod (commercially available)
KCA-iP301V (Optional Accessory)
Audio Output (Black)
Visual Output (Yellow)
Navigation System Input (DDX5024/DDX5054/DDX54R only)
Visual Input (Yellow)
Navigation System (Optional Accessory)
Audio Input (Black)
KCA-BT200 input (Optional Accessory) (DNX5240/DDX5024/DDX5054/ DDX54R only) TV Tuner (Optional Accessory)
TV ANTENNA INPUT TO MONITOR UNIT
Connection cable (Included in the Navigation System)
Connection cable (Included in the TV tuner)
Installation for Monitor/Player Unit
Bend the tabs of the mounting sleeve with a screwdriver or similar utensil and attach it in place.
Make sure that the unit is installed securely in place. If the unit is unstable, it may malfunction (eg, the sound may skip).
Installing the Escutcheon (DNX5240BT/DNX5240/DDX5024 only)
1. Attach accessory 3 to the unit.
Installing the Escutcheon (DDX5054/DDX54R only)
For General Motors
1. Cut out accessory 7 to meet the shape of the opening of the center console. 2. Attach accessory 7 to the unit.
Cut out to meet the shape of the opening in the vehicle.
1. Cut out accessory 7 as illustrated.
2. Fold double-sided adhesive (accessory 8) along the slit and attach it to accessory 7 cut-out against the center rib as illustrated. Use 2 pieces of accessory 8 for 1 accessory 7 cut-out. 3. Attach accessory 7 cut-out to the unit.
Installing the GPS Antenna (DNX5240BT/DNX5240 only)
GPS antenna is installed inside of the car. It should be installed as horizontally as possible to allow easy reception of the GPS satellite signals. To mount the GPS antenna inside your vehicle: 1. Clean your dashboard or other surface. 2. Peel the backing off of the adhesive on the bottom of the metal plate (Accessory 5). 3. Press the metal plate (Accessory 5) down firmly on your dashboard or other mounting surface. You can bend the metal plate (Accessory 5) to conform to a curved surface, if necessary. 4. Place the GPS antenna (Accessory 4) on top of the metal plate (Accessory 5).
Installing the Microphone Unit (DNX5240BT only)
1. Check the installation position of the microphone (accessory 6). 2. Remove oil and other dirt from the installation surface. 3. Install the microphone. 4. Wire the microphone cable up to the hands-free box with it secured at several positions using tape or the like.
Fix a cable with a commercial item of tape.
Depending on the type of car, reception of the GPS satellite signals might not be possible with an inside installation. The GPS antenna should be installed at a position that is spaced at least 12 inch (30 cm) from cellular phone or other transmitting antennas. Signals from the GPS satellite may be interfered with by these types of communication. Painting the GPS antenna with (metallic) paint may cause a drop in performance. Peel the release coated paper of double-face adhesive tape to fix on the place shown above.
Adjust the direction of the microphone to the driver. Install the microphone as far as possible from the cell-phone.
Removing Monitor/Player Unit
Removing the Hard Rubber Frame (escutcheon)
1. Engage the catch pins on the removal tool 2 and remove the two locks on the lower level. Lower the frame and pull it forward as shown in the figure.
Removing the Unit
1. Remove the hard rubber frame by referring to the removal procedure in the section <Removing the Hard Rubber Frame>. 2. Insert the two removal tools 2 deeply into the slots on each side, as shown.
The frame can be removed from the top side in the same manner.
3. Lower the removal tool toward the bottom, and pull out the unit halfway while pressing towards the inside.
2. When the lower level is removed, remove the upper two locations.
Be careful to avoid injury from the catch pins on the removal tool.
4. Pull the unit all the way out with your hands, being careful not to drop it.
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